Last night I spent some time with some down and dirty yoga and stretching.
I want to clarify, I do basic yoga.
But my legs appreciate the stretching and thank me for the muscle strength and as I get a little stronger…
hear that? that’s positive thinking right there…
…as I get a little stronger I’ll
jump venture carefully into the more adventurous poses.
So I’m getting ready for work and I’m putting on my makeup and I have a buzzing in my head.
I choose to ignore it as I have no room in my world for more symptoms. No Sir no Ma’am.
I have enough going on in my world with Celiac and migraines, right?
Makeup applied and we are moving on.
And then it comes to me.
Sigh. It was my phone.
receiving a text
doing something on silent…
I actually DO have issues. Brain System Malfunction.
I’m pretty sure it’s a real thing.
But I’m afraid to Google it and find out for sure.
Just read this article on Buzzfeed and it made me beyond happy…
What a great teacher and a great dad.
When I was driving to Castle Rock to do the incline, before the Great Injury of 2015, I would leave Castle Rock and the “check engine” light would come on in my Jeep.
Happened the first time and I thought…huh. Hope everything is okay. The next day it was off and I heavy sighed with relief.
The second time it happened I thought ~well that’s just weird.
Yesterday I drove to get my hair cut and on the way back~through torrential rains…so not fun~ I pass Castle Rock.
The “check engine” light comes on.
No clues, People.
Sean thinks it might have something to do with the elevation.
Elevation of Castle Rock 6224 ft
Elevation Aurora 5471 ft
I think it just doesn’t want me to go to Castle Rock.
Family coming in tonight!
I have to pick up some groceries and stuff and get a run in for tonight and of course…
Because I’m pretty sure my chiropractor is like Santa.
He knows when I’ve been good and he knows when I’ve been bad.
And he’ll totally yell at me when I get there on Monday and I haven’t stretched and I have zero turning radius. ~that’s how I think of it. Like my Jeep in four wheel drive. If I just turn that off I’ll have much more freedom of movement~.
I wonder if he’d appreciate that metaphor?